Spire Corp. recently introduced its new high-end tower CPU cooler. Spire codenamed its newest thermal solution Gemini, the Zodiac sign for twins, due to the two towering dimpled fin heat-sinks. The increased number of heat-pipes combined with a higher number and density of dimpled fins and two high airflow fans provide extreme cooling performance. Six U-shaped 6mm heat-pipes are in contact through the solid copper base with the CPU, rapid heat transfer to the 52 aluminum dimpled fins providing a larger surface area for optimum heat dissipation.
Dual Tower Cooler with More Heat Pipes, Dimpled Fans
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